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The New GP MBS Education workshop

Posted Wednesday 24 April 2024 | BFD Education

 

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The New GP MBS Education Workshop 2024

Join us for four hours of Compliance and Billing Education that provides the foundations for excellence in health care delivery in general practice.

Our focus is on the delivery of affordable, quality health care services while ensuring business financial viability and reducing clinician burn-out. We introduce concepts of workflow and establish a framework for successful consultations while remaining patient and health care-focused.

This workshop is ideal for the new GP trainee, the seasoned practitioner and most importantly practice managers. Workshops provide extensive written material that attendees are encouraged to share within the practice and network to assist others with compliance of the Health Insurance Act.

  • MBS book categories and explanatory notes
  • Common billing mistakes in general practice
  • Coding Consults and Combination Billing
  • Documentation, templates and Autofills
  • Chronic Disease Management and Team Care
  • Safety Net and the PBS
  • Health Assessments

The hardcopy MBS book for General Practice is available for pre-purchased only for $66 and will be available for collection at the workshop. The Kobo eBook is available now through the app and will be available for purchase at the workshop for $44.

All slides and notes, annotation list, and autofill examples will be provided to workshop attendees after the event via a drop-box link.

Registrations open at 1730hrs; Dinner and Workshop from 1800 to 2200 hrs

A two-course dinner and soft drinks will be provided. Dietary requirements need to be communicated at least 14 days prior to the event. Late ticket purchases cannot be guaranteed dietary requirements.

Presenters:

Dr April Armstrong is the Founder and Director of Business for Doctors and has been providing MBS education since 2017. She has presented at over 300 workshops, seminars, and conferences. April is a Fellow of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine with an academic AST and currently studying for her Masters at UNSW with plans to do a PhD in Medical Education. She continues to work as a locum General Practitioner as well as having her own practice in Western Australia. As a mentor to medical practitioners, practice managers and nurses who have become MBS tutors she continues to be passionate about the "Business of Medicine" and provides regular updates on MBS changes via social media.

Last updated: Wednesday 31 January 2024

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